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Teya Dora Wins Pesma za Evroviziju ’24 and Will Represent Serbia at Eurovision 2024

Teya Dora clinched the Pesma za Evroviziju ’24 crown, earning the right to represent Serbia at Eurovision. With her song “Ramonda,” she secured 22 points, paving her way to the 68th edition of the Eurovision Song Contest in Malmö, Sweden, set to take place next May.

Serbia Finds Its Eurovision 2024 Representative

Teya Dora, with her rendition of “Ramonda,” emerged victorious in the 3rd edition of Pesma za Evroviziju ’24, succeeding Luke Black. She aims to secure a spot in Eurovision’s grand final on May 7th during the first semifinal. Witness the winning performance below:

The decision to select Serbia’s representative for Malmö rested with both the jury and televoting. The jury, comprising Zoran Živanović (Zana), Sajsi MC (Ivana Rašić Trmčić), Dejan Petrović (Big Band), Aleksandar Sedlar (composer), and chaired by Marija Šerifović, awarded top marks to Teya Dora for “Ramonda.” Meanwhile, the televote favored Breskvica and their song “Gnezdo orlovo.”

Below are the complete results for the 16 finalists:

ArtistSongJury VotesJury PointsTelevote VotesTelevote PointsTotal Points
Teya Dora“Ramonda”4412281141022
Breskvica“Gnezdo orlovo”285451601217
Zorja“Lik u ogledalu”421010532717
Konstrakta“Novo, bolje”34819537816
Džordži“Luna park”81508556
Bojana x David“No No No”30877366
Lena Kovačević“Zovi me Lena”296167606
Dušan Kurtić“Zbog tebe živim”284283437
Keni nije mrtav“Dijamanti”70251823
Iva Lorens“Dom”102155402
Nemanja Radošević“Jutra bez tebe”40163000
Marko Mandić“Dno”70103000
Milan Bujaković“Moje-tvoje”0041400

The grand finale, broadcasted from RTS Studio 8 in Košutnjak, Belgrade, was hosted by RTS journalist Dragana Kosjerina and renowned Serbian actor Slaven Došlo. The green room featured Kristina Radenković and Serbian-Australian Stefan Popović, continuing their roles from 2020.

The stage, spanning 700 square meters adorned with LEDs and over 300 state-of-the-art lighting fixtures, elevated every performance with stunning lighting effects and video animations. Teya Dora’s triumph in Pesma za Evroviziju ’24, backed by 12 and 10 points from the jury and televote respectively, secured her golden ticket to Malmö, Sweden.

Relive the excitement of Pesma za Evroviziju ’24 final here:

Eurovision, National Final

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